Domestic PropertiesGareth Finch
Basement Waterproofing & Installation for Homes
In recent years we have seen a huge increase in the number of basements and cellars that are utilised for habitable accommodation or dry storage in domestic situations. Partly driven by property value and partly by the ever increasing need for space in the modern home, there is no doubt that a dry cellar or basement can add significant extra useable space and value to a property. Our basement waterproofing and installation specialists have provided waterproofing services in a diverse range of homes, and from doing this have developed a residential waterproofing knowledge that is unrivalled.
Whether the proposed basement project is a current unusable cellar/vault or a potential new level dig out, Protectahome can design and install fully bespoke domestic waterproofing systems to provide the required environment for the desired end use.
Type C (Drained) Waterproofing Installation Underway using Cavity Drain Membrane to vaulted Basement Conversion.
Protectahome Technician Installing Cavity Drain Membrane and Sump and Pump System
Remedial Waterproofing System (Type C Drained Protection) Underway at Domestic Property.
Completed Home Cinema and Bar - Domestic Basement Conversion
Recently Completed Domestic Waterproofing Project
Cavity Drain Membrane (Type C Drained) Waterproofing Installation Underway to Domestic Property.
Conversions make use of damp or flooded basements and cellars, including under pavement vaults and coal holes etc. Previously uninhabitable areas of a building can provide a wide variety of end uses such as: extra living space, storage or even rental accommodation.
In new buildings it is desirable to make best use of a valuable plot of land and including a basement can provide an extra layer of living or leisure accommodation for a modest additional outlay. The opportunity to design and build something special that is bespoke appeals to a lot of us and with our specialist Waterproofing designers working as part of your design team, including a basement is no longer the headache it used to be. Please see our page New Build Properties
for more info.
Buildings constructed on sloping sites where some walls may be earth retaining and some free standing, also need specialist care and treatment when it comes to damp proofing and waterproofing.
An essential part of any basement conversion or construction process is the correct design and installation of an efficient waterproofing system. As experienced waterproofing specialists Protectahome work closely with project contractors, architects and engineers and take full responsibility for ensuring that the best possible waterproofing solution is provided.
With our 35 years of experience, Protectahome will take you step by step through the preparation, waterproofing and finishing process. We will also issue a meaningful long term guarantee on the finished job.
For more information on the Domestic Waterproofing systems designed and installed by Protectahome and associated services we provide, please see our Case Studies page. For advice or to book a Survey please Contact Us on 0800 055 6966 or alternatively email us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Waterproofing Case Studies
During the construction of a new, purpose built, residential care home two podium decks were constructed that needed waterproofing.
A new Visitor Centre at the popular Llandegfedd Reservoir was commissioned by Welsh Water as part of a £2.5m investment in the tourist site which […]
Protectahome were asked by the main contractor to provide a specialist waterproofing design and installation to a new build extension at Haughton House.
Birmingham’s Former Central Fire Station at Lancaster Circus was to be refurbished and converted into student accommodation for nearby Aston University.
The Royal Court Hotel is a listed building in the centre of Bath, home to an unused Basement. The plan was to convert the unused […]
Lynmouth’s new pavilion reopened in October 2013 following a £1.2 million reconstruction project run by Exmoor National Park Authority. The original pavilion, built on the […]
This domestic dwelling in Stourbridge had a brick vaulted cellar that was used mainly for storage. It was suffering from extensive damp, which resulted in […]
Dating back to 1775, this flint grinding watermill was built to supply the growing pottery industry in Staffordshire. It was constructed with massive 700mm thick […]
The Benfield Centre for Sporting Excellence, Newcastle, boasts one of the largest indoor gymnastics facilities in Europe, at an impressive 2,336 sq.m. The dual use […]